Wrapping a wonderful trip.

Spent the last day of my Japan trip in Tokyo. Had a full day to roam around before making my way to the airport. Stopped by this amazing mall with amazing cafe. The coffee is really good. The ambience was nice as I sat down watched as the world go by in front of you. Makes me just want to sit there for as long as possible. Will try to compile the photos and put up a itinerary for a trip to Kyoto in time to come.

Random…

Was taking a walk this morning and stumbled this plant/flower. Not sure what’s the name but it seems pretty common here. Interesting thing is that I’ve not seen them this big before. Coincidentally, I managed to snap some others in different stages of blooming. Check out the bokeh effect.

Lazing the holiday away

Has been quite a dramatic and eventful holiday with a trip to the hospital. But all is well now and taking some time to enjoy what’s left of the festive season. We should never take things for granted and must be somehow prepared but yet not paranoid and be pessimistic. It’s all about striking the perfect balance. Enjoy a wonderful Monday everyone.

Something to calm the weary soul.

Was attending a meeting today and was totally worn out. This week has been really busy and sleep has not been forthcoming. Was not able to sleep on time and could not sleep at all. Saw this painting as I was passing by a clinic and somehow it just made me feel better. Decided to go in and take a pic and staff didn’t mind at all. Stopped short of asking what’s the name of the painting. Anyone with answers? Might be self painted for you all know. Enjoy.

A stroll on Sunday

Decided to exercise and did a short walk after lectures for a famous icon in Singapore. It’s been around for many years and it’s been opened for free to the public for a while but it’s my second time here. Things have changed quite a lot. And it’s really quiet now and you don’t really see locals roaming around the park.

It’s still quite nostalgic to think about the place since I was last here decades ago and was quite scared. Now it just seems like a lesson in Chinese mythology and also learning about the origins of the place. Although roaming around the place a few of the sculptures seemed out of place. I am still trying to grapple the eventual concept of this place. But it’s definitely worth a visit.

Out for a scroll

Wasn’t feeling too well the past two days. Decided to come out to look around rather than being stuck at home. Came to the new terminal and wasn’t impressed. It was quite small and looked like the old Budget terminal which has gone through extensive cosmetic surgery. Don’t think this place can service a lot of passengers but good enough to meet the current needs.

Serious business.

Haven’t put up a post for the past few days. Was at a shopping mall and was nice to see so many family lots and hybrid lots. Then I saw the mall was being serious about the family lots being reserved for families. Not sure if this is a good thing but I fully support the idea. What is your opinion?